Headwind GSM Modem Driver
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Ultimate|
|File size:||2.25 MB|
Publisher description for Headwind GSM Modem Driver
Need to setup an SMS notification or equip your website with an SMS service, but do not wish to pay for using internet gateways? The solution for you is to use a GSM device. The multi-purpose SMS messaging software "Headwind GSM Modem Driver" is a professional platform which enables you to integrate SMS services with a database, website, or desktop application. The unique feature of the software is the automatic configuration of a serial connection in accordance with the device capabilities, which makes Headwind GSM Modem Driver potentially compatible with every GSM device. Once configured, Headwind GSM Modem Driver can be automatically launched at startup, so your PC can be used as a reliable SMS server. The software has many useful features, such as sending Flash SMS (or the instant message immediately shown on the phone screen), sending WAP Push SMS (containing a link to the mobile webpage or another mobile content item), sending USSD commands (to check the balance and order the SMS packets), receiving delivery reports, and much more. There is a user-friendly connection wizard, which automatically determines and configures an installed GSM modem. The application provides the COM/.NET interface, which can be used by third-party applications (written, for example, in VB.NET) for SMS messaging. Headwind GSM Modem Driver provides a unique interface of SMS sources (local files or remote URLs containing outgoing SMS) and SMS handlers (commands or remote URLs called when a short message is received). This interface makes the software able to be integrated with any system, whether it is a desktop application, database, or a web portal. The API provided by the software as well as various demonstrations of using SMS handlers and sources are described on the publisher's website http://www.h-sms.com.